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Trouble in the lone star state, love for the tastebuds, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, columnist Michelle Goldberg reports that the Texas House is a testing ground for Jew-baiting as a political tactic. Joan Nathan makes mouths water as she discovers unexpected dishes being served across the country. Alexander Gelfand enjoys—and is perplex by—Elie Wiesel in concert. The Scroll wonders how you roast chestnuts on an open fire in the city.

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